## Mathematics etc.

I am a Visiting Professor at the University of Washington. I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at MSRI for the program in Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry and Representation Theory. Previously, I was at the University of New South Wales where I completed my Ph. D. with Daniel Chan. I am a webmaster for the Australian Mathematical Society Careers webpage. I am a lurker on Mathoverflow.

I work on problems in algebra with geometric flavour. Some keywords relevant to my research: maximal orders, Azumaya algebras, minimal model program, Brauer group/Brauer pair, Hopf algebras, Artin-Schelter regular algebra, McKay correspondence.

Recently I have been interested in machine learning. I have organised two seminars, the first focusing on theory and the second on applications.

Email: kenhchan@math.washington.edu

### Research

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#### In preparation

### Elementary Number Theory (Math 301B)

Summer 2015

**Classes (B):**Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:10-2:10pm Condon Hall 115.

Homework will be posted and submitted electronically on Catalyst. Each assignment should be on a single PDF file, either typed or scanned. There is no assigned textbook for this class, course content will be based on lecture material.

### Complex Analysis (Math 427A)

Summer 2015

**Classes (B):**Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:00-1:00pm Condon Hall 115.

Homework will be posted and submitted electronically on Catalyst. Each assignment should be on a single PDF file, either typed or scanned. The textbook we will use is Complex Variables and Applications (8th Ed) by Brown and Churchill.